Peacemaking Circle Final Sentencing

  • King County Youth Service Center 1221 East Alder Street Seattle, WA, 98122 United States

This is the resolution to our second Peacemaking Circle case while we are in the pilot phase. Come and pack the courthouse and let the justice system know that you want this restorative, healing, peacemaking way of justice rather than the traditional adversarial and punitive process. It is vitally important that the community shows up and lets the juvenile justice know that we want this alternative way of justice. The way that restores and heals, transforming brokenness to beauty.

The King County Peacemaking Coordinating Team

Our Vision Statement: Communities in Peace: Where Everyone Matters and Belongs

Our Mission Statement: Transforming Brokenness into Beauty

Our Core Values: 
• Interconnected relationships
• Honoring and celebrating one another
• Partnering and collaborating

Who We Are: 
The KCPCT is a working committee that meets to coordinate Peacemaking activities in King County. The members of the committee include community partners, faith-based leaders, parents, local residents, young people, as well as leaders and personnel from county and state agencies and key stakeholders from the King County criminal justice system.

“If we do not transform our pain, we will most assuredly transmit it.” Richard Rohr